- Leicester City booked a 2-0 triumph over Fulham at Craven Cottage on Wednesday
- A 13th victory of the 2020/21 season sees the Foxes move to third in the Premier League
- Goalscorer Kelechi Iheanacho was delighted to play his part in the success in west London
- The 24-year-old says Leicester must now look to build on that win over the coming weeks
On the back of their 13th top-flight success, the Foxes moved to third in the standings, two points above champions Liverpool, and Iheanacho is keen to build upon their victory in west London.
"We are delighted," the Nigeria striker told LCFC TV. "It’s a clean sheet and we are really happy we’re back to winning ways. We need to get going now and focus on the next games.
Iheanacho Delighted To Contribute In Fulham Success
Goalscorer Kelechi Iheanacho speaks to LCFC TV following Leicester City's 2-0 victory over Fulham at Craven Cottage.
"We’re really happy. It’s not an easy ground, coming here. They’re really good at their home, so we needed to stay together, stay compact, and we got the win. In the second half, we had to get tight and defend until the last minute."
The 24-year-old admitted the height of James Maddison's perfect cross took him by surprise, as he expected it along the ground, but his nodded finish was just what City needed early on in the game.
Following his fourth goal in all competitions this term, Iheanacho says he will continue to work hard in training to earn more opportunities to showcase his abilities to manager Brendan Rodgers.
"Actually, I wasn’t expecting the header," the former Manchester City forward added. "I got in the space between the two central defenders and I got the header, so I’m delighted.
Goals: Fulham 0 Leicester City 2
Enjoy both of Leicester City's goals - scored by Kelechi Iheanacho and James Justin - in Wednesday's victory at Fulham.
"I’m always working in training. I need to work really hard to get my chance. Sometimes, the gaffer switches the team around, so I need to work for my chance. When it comes, I need to take it and that’s what I did tonight."
Next up for City is a short trip across the Midlands to tackle Nuno Espírito Santo's Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sunday (2pm GMT kick-off) - and Iheanacho is excited by the challenge.
"We’re looking forward to it," he continued. "It will be a tough game, so we need to really work in training, stay together, and focus on the next game."
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